Grease is one of the most challenging things to clean off kitchen surfaces, and when you are trying to find an effective kitchen grease cleaner you will need an especially effective one to remove it from kitchen appliances and other surfaces. The following ideas will provide you with help in finding a good kitchen grease cleaner.
Commercial vs Natural Products
There are a number of commercial products on the market for removing grease but not all of them are effective. To save yourself the expense of buying a commercial product that fails to do the job you expect, you may be wise to use a natural cleaning product such as the one below.
White Vinegar - A Must Have
White distilled vinegar has many effective cleaning uses that no home should have access to. To remove grease splatters on a wall, for example, pour undiluted white distilled vinegar into a spray bottle and spray it directly onto the area to be degreased. Allow the vinegar to soak for a few minutes, then remove any residue grease with a cloth soaked in hot water. If the grease is heavy, you may need to apply the vinegar spray a second time. You can also use a non-abrasive plastic scrubber.